Lancaster, Texas Community Gets Involved to Make Sure Students do Homework over the Holiday Break

For the second Christmas in a row, students in Lancaster, Texas, from pre-kindergarten through high school, were assigned homework over the holiday break. Last year, the nearly 1,000 students who returned without having done their holiday homework were suspended. This year, the entire community was involved in making sure the students do their homework. According to DallasNews.com, several area restaurants put homework reminder cards at every table, some grocery stores placed notices at the cash registers, and churches posted the information in their bulletins.

2 Comments on “Lancaster, Texas Community Gets Involved to Make Sure Students do Homework over the Holiday Break”

  1. Harold Jarche says:

    … and by doing their homework, this community will be better prepared for a flattened world that requires design, story, symphony, empathy, play and meaning – NOT.

    January 1st, 2007 at 10:57 pm
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  2. Anonymous says:

    If I lived there, I would literally BOYCOTT all of those restaurants, churches, and stores, and encourage the rest of the community to do the same!

    January 8th, 2007 at 9:48 pm
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